Tired of Reading Glasses?

Laser vision correction does not treat the need for reading glasses (presbyopia). As we age, usually between 40-50 years of age, the inside fine focusing lens of your eye hardens and no longer provides clear reading vision. This means that even if you have LASIK…

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LASIK

Dr. Bluestein and her staff are proud to announce blade-less, all-laser Wavelight LASIK, a technological breakthrough in safety, precision and accuracy. Featuring the FS 200 Femtosecond laser, our new LASIK procedure is helping reduce patient fear and…

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Custom LASIK

At Bluestein Custom Vision, we are taking vision to the next level with the introduction of our WaveLight® Allegretto® Eye-Q excimer laser. This excimer laser was the first laser system specifically designed for the LASIK procedure. Featuring PerfectPulse Technology™…

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Monovision LASIK

During childhood, people with normal vision have the ability to focus on objects as close as their nose and also on objects very far away. They can rapidly, without conscious thought, switch focus from near to far vision. This is called accommodation. As each…

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LASIK Risks

The FS and iFS Laser systems are ophthalmic surgical lasers indicated for use in patients undergoing surgery or treatment requiring the initial lamellar resection of the cornea. Contraindications may include corneal edema, glaucoma, and keratoconus…

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Cataract Surgery

Cataracts can be treated with a number of refractive procedures which replace the damaged lens in the eye. Cataracts can be treated with surgery and the use of intraocular lens (IOL) such as the ReSTOR® lens, or a multifocal IOL lens such as the ReZoom® lens…

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ReSTOR IOL Lens

For most cataract patients, life without reading glasses or bifocals is something they either experienced before presbyopia or they just dreamed about for most of their lives. But today, the AcrySof® ReSTOR® IOL is turning those dreams into reality with…

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ReZoom Lens

Thanks to the latest advancements in multifocal lens implant technology, cataract surgery not only allows you to ReZoom life, it may allow you to ‘see young again.” Visit the ReZoom website for more information. As we age, beginning around the age of 40… Learn More